M.A. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
J.D. William Mitchell College of Law
Ahmed studies non-electoral mechanisms of democratic rule, pluralism, affect, and deliberation. In particular, he works on the extra-linguistic, non-rational aspects of deliberation, including the imbrication of feelings, bodily reactions, and habits in group processes. He has facilitated community deliberations and dialogues in the Midwest and is currently involved with a policy jury organization.